TOP Premier League target Max Meyer has been banished to Schalke reserves until he leaves them in the summer – after claiming they “bullied” him. The Germany midfielder, reportedly eyed by Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham, will depart on a free transfer when his contract runs out. Germany starlet Max Meyer is more likely…

 

TOP Premier League target Max Meyer has been banished to Schalke reserves until he leaves them in the summer – after claiming they “bullied” him.
The Germany midfielder, reportedly eyed by Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham, will depart on a free transfer when his contract runs out.

Germany starlet Max Meyer is more likely than ever to leave Schalke this summer
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Meyer got in hot water after hitting back at suggestions from Schalke president Clemens Tonnies that his exit was motivated by money.
The 22-year-old told German newspaer Bild: “I was never concerned about the money, otherwise I would have accepted the second improved offer.
“That’s why I find it a mess for Clemens Tonnies to say it on TV as if it were all about money.
“I simply did not want to stay with Schalke and work under Heidel {sporting director Christian Heidel}.

Schalke star Max Meyer is thought to have been eyed by Premier League big boys like Manchester United, Arsenal, Spurs and Liverpool
EPA

Max Meyer has excelled for Schalke as an attacking midfielder or frontman
EPA
“It’s all about this. Lately, it just feels like bullying to me.
“I did not want to come out and talk. I’ve just had enough of always reading something about myself, but neither Heidel nor Tonnies talked to me.
“Now they can read how the last two years have been for me at Schalke.”

Fellow Schalke stars Joel Matip, Sead Kolasinac and Bayern Munich-bound Germany midfielder Leon Goretzka are also leaving in the summer when their contracts run out.
All of them failed to agree an extension to their current Schalke deals.
And when Meyer spoke out to Bild second-placed Bundesliga side Schalke responded by saying he would never again play for the senior team.

Heidel had claimed negotiations were “very amicable” and there were “no bad words between either party”.
But then Tonnies’ outburst on TV angered Meyer.
Tonnies said: “The money train has overtaken emotions.

Max Meyer will have less to celebrate with Schalke now as he faces seeing out his time with the second-placed Bundesliga side in the reserves
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via Premier League target Max Meyer banished to Schalke reserves after the Germany midfielder claims they ‘bullied’ him — The Sun

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